Harvard Business School Honors Six Graduates with Alumni Achievement Award – News

Harvard Business School (HBS) today conferred its most important honor, the Alumni Achievement Award, on six distinguished graduates as part of the virtual graduation ceremony for the MBA Class of 2021.

This year’s award recipients are Ray Dalio (MBA 1973), founder, co-CIO, and chairman of Bridgewater Associates, a global macroeconomic investment management firm and the largest hedge fund in the world; H. Naylor Fitzhugh (MBA 1933, posthumous award), one of the first African American graduates of HBS, dubbed the “dean of Black business;” Mezuo Nwuneli (MBA 2003), cofounder and managing partner of Sahel Capital Agribusiness Managers, a food and agriculture focused private equity firm working to transform the agricultural sector in West Africa; Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli (MBA 1999), cofounder and managing partner of Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition, which shapes policy and implements ecosystem solutions across West Africa;…

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